Frequently Asked Questions

What is is a free political research tool for the study of public voter data. We offer researchers and political organizations an easier method to research public records data; providing a way for researching demographic and statistical information for both people and locations as well as a method to detect possible voter fraud and/or clerical errors resulting in being registered to vote in multiple locations or being illegally registered to vote. We also offer a simple solution for checking that a voter record is up to date, and if a record is suspected of containing errors or outdated information we provided instructions on how to verify the official information the government maintains and update the record.

What is a public record?

Public records are information released by federal, state, and local governments and agencies for people to access, inspect, and use freely. Public records help the public be informed as well as provide a method of accountability.

Why am I appearing on this site?

If you are appearing on this site it is because the government released your information as public record. All information appearing on this site is sourced from various public record sources.

Why is my personal information such as address, phone number, email, party affiliation, etc listed on this site?

All information appearing is a part of public records and can be obtained directly from the government by anyone at anytime.

Why is my information outdated and/or not accurate?

All information is collected from government agencies and is published "as is". We make our best effort to insure the accuracy of the data displayed but can not control what was originally published by the government. Information appearing on this site is not to be used or relied upon for any type of verification as the official source the government holds could have changed and as such a record appearing on this site might not have been updated since the change. Please check with the appropriate government entity to obtain a copy of the most up-to-date official records.

How can I remove my information from

Simply fill out the opt-out form. It can take up to 48 hours for our system to delete your record.

Please remember that all records appearing on are public record and can be obtained directly from the government by anyone at anytime. Removing information from has no affect on the official records the government maintains and releases, and may be included again in future updates.